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... good for the location.
What I loved most about Stockholm were the bars and restaurants. They are all so beautifully designed with attention to the smallest details. You can't help but spend the first 10 minutes in each place just looking around and admiring the design.
Over the next few days we did a lot of walking (story of my life these days), a boat trip view of the city, a clubbing night ...
One of our favorite stops was the Vasa Museum which houses a recovered wooden vessel commissioned by the king in the 1600s. He kept adding canons and embellishments to the point that on its maiden voyage the ship sailed twenty minutes before sinking in the harbor in front of the royal family. About 300 years later it was raised, and a museum was built ...
Of course the first thing I did in Stockholm was to go clog shopping. Luckily I saved a lot of money because I never found any. Well, not the right ones anyway. We had a nice hotel on the south side of town where there was a great vegetarian restaurant set on garden terraces looking over the water and gamla stan(old town). I could have sat there all ...
... When we arrive to Stockholm, we catch the Arlanda Express (de ja vu) at the airport and head to Stockholm proper to meet Lars (Advent colleague) who's giving us a ride to the resort we're staying at for Dave's work offsite (which is stunning and located on the water with beautiful views - gasp!). Dinner is delayed until our (Lars, Casey & Dave's) arrival. Yikes! This time I'm invited to join & so ...
... much. Our last stop was the oldest church in Stockholm, built in in 1279. See what I mean about old? Inside were the bodies of many past kings, noblemen, and their families. There were even knights in coffins laid next to their suits of armor. It was all very interesting and being able to literally touch that much history (or at least representatives of it) was a unique and worthwhile experience. Eventually our feet decided enough was enough and we made the long, slow ...